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Intel Foundation FAQs

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Intel Foundation FAQs

Q: What are the funding objectives for the Intel Foundation?
A: Intel foundation provides funding for both national grants with broad-based impact and, community grants focused where Intel has major facilities. Contribution programs are guided by three major objectives: advance education in math, science, and engineering; promote the entrance of women and under-represented minorities into careers in science and engineering; and support Intel employees’ efforts to improve the quality of life in their communities.

Q: How does my organization apply for a Foundation grant?
A: The Intel Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant requests. If you are an organization located in a community with a major Intel facility, you may apply for Intel Corporate funds at http://www.intel.com/about/corporateresponsibility/community/index.htm.

Q: Does the Intel Foundation make donations of equipment?
A: Due to IRS rules, the Intel Foundation does not make donation of equipment.

Q: What geographic areas are eligible for foundation grants?
A: If the organization is in a community with a major Intel site, grants should be requested through the local Corporate Affairs office. For all other communities, the foundation does not accept unsolicited donation requests. To review the list of Intel sites, please see http://www.intel.com/about/corporateresponsibility/community/index.htm.

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